Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-15 – Well known shared web hosting provider HostPapa that is known as Green web hosting company announced last week it became a partner with goMobi mobile website builder service provider to allow customers to build their own mobile oriented websites.
That’s not fist partnership between web hosting company and goMobi mobile web site builder service. Thus web hosting giant UK2.Net and Fasthosts Internet recently partnered with goMobi company to launch their own mobile oriented website builders.
The goMobi web site builder service allows users to publish fully compatible mobile versions of their websites in a few minutes.
Today mobile phone is not just speaking device. Many people use mobile phones as portative tools to browse over the internet, check emails and other web related purposes. So, providing mobile websites and actually mobile oriented web site builder help companies to generate more traffic, better reach and increased access to consumers on the move.
“GoMobi is an excellent, affordable and easy-to-use solution, allowing our customers to get in on the mobile Internet revolution,” said Sylvain Patry, senior VP of business development for HostPapa. “GoMobi is the first of many services we will be launching in the mobile world for HostPapa clients.”
GoMobi websites builder allows to customize logos, colors and various design elements compatible with most mobile devices such as iPhones, Blackberries, and smartphones.
The new mobile oriented website will make it easy for visitors to browse the website and find information such as opening hours, contact information, location details, social media pages, links, and media files including photos and video.
Other features include a one-click “call me” feature and a Google map with directions to the business address.
To promote the new goMobi mobile website builder service, web hosting company HostPapa is offering the first 200 customers who sign up with a free fully customized goMobi setup.
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